New Justices Change the Flavor of the Supreme Court

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At the US Supreme Court, President Obama's two appointees are changing the tone of courtroom debates. Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan have re-energized the left wing during their first year on the bench, giving oral arguments a liberal twist that hasn't been heard in years in a court where conservative voices have dominated the debate for most of the last twenty years. David Savage covers the Supreme Court for the Los Angeles Times.




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